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‘Horrible Bosses’ stars discuss sequel

‘Horrible Bosses’ stars discuss sequel

Vincent Salvano, Contributing Writer
November 25, 2014
Filed under ARTS, Film

The stars of "Horrible Bosses 2" discuss the challenges of making a sequel and what's new for part two.

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Minimalism shines in ‘Alchemy’

Minimalism shines in ‘Alchemy’

Carter Glace, Contributing Writer
November 25, 2014
Filed under ARTS, Entertainment

Julie Hedrick interprets history and science through paintings in "Alchemy."

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Simple, honest acting found in ‘Love Letters

Simple, honest acting found in ‘Love Letters

Kelly Letourneau, Contributing Writer
November 25, 2014
Filed under ARTS, Theater

Candice Bergen and Alan Alda shine in the beautifully simplistic revival of A.R. Gurney's "Love Letters"

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Oscar entry gives powerful love story

Oscar  entry gives  powerful love story

Jena Keahon, Contributing Writer
November 18, 2014
Filed under ARTS, Film

Switzerland's Oscar entry clouds important story of gay rights with distracting docudrama format.

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Special proves Peretti’s comedic power

Special proves Peretti’s comedic power

Sidney Butler, Contributing Writer
November 18, 2014
Filed under ARTS, Entertainment

"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star Chelsea Peretti delivers laughs and poignant social media commentary in her new Netflix special.

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‘Moun Room’ offers immersive gallery experience

‘Moun Room’ offers immersive gallery experience

Mary Ann Odete, Contributing Writer
November 18, 2014
Filed under ARTS, Entertainment

Thomas Houseago's "Moun Room" installation is an intimate and immersive experience.

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Irish singer talks NYC concert

Irish singer talks NYC concert

Jean-Luc Marsh, Contributing Writer
November 11, 2014
Filed under ARTS, Music

Singer-songwriter James Vincent McMorrow talks to WSN about electronic music, creative control, and laying off the bottle.

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‘Disgraced’ swiftly looks at stereotypes

‘Disgraced’ swiftly looks at stereotypes

Suzanne Egan, Staff Writer
November 11, 2014
Filed under ARTS, Theater

Ayad Akhtar's Pulitzer prize-winning play tackles difficult issues of race and religion with all-star cast.

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Electronic music scene thriving in Brooklyn

Electronic music scene thriving in Brooklyn

E.R. Pulgar, Staff Writer
November 11, 2014
Filed under ARTS, Music

The Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival (Nov. 7-8) united club-goers in an energized celebration of house music.

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‘Found’ presents beauty, humor

‘Found’ presents beauty, humor

Caroline Cunfer, Contributing Writer
October 28, 2014
Filed under ARTS, Theater

"Found", based on the misplaced notes and knicknacks in Found Magazine, is a wonderfully weird Off-Broadway adventure.

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Soko discusses new album, crazy concerts

Soko discusses new  album, crazy concerts

Nina Jang, Contributing Writer
October 28, 2014
Filed under ARTS, Music

French songstress Soko chatted with WSN about her forthcoming album, "Dreams Dictate My Reality."

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Anna Nalick reveals details about upcoming album

Anna Nalick reveals details about upcoming album

Allison Stubblebine, Staff Writer
October 28, 2014
Filed under ARTS, Music

Anna Nailck, the woman behind the 2005 smash single "Breathe (2AM)", spoke to WSN about touring, new music, and her upcoming dates at The Iridium.

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